Kineo moves into larger space as e-learning growth continues

Kineo, the leading Rapid E-learning company, announced today that to provide a platform for its substantial growth, the company is moving into new head office premises in Brighton.

Kineo secured orders and executed more work in the first six months of its current financial year than it did in the whole of the previous financial year, and is poised to more than triple sales and profit year on year.

Kineo’s growth has been achieved through repeat business with leading clients in both the private and public sector, who have seen the results of Kineo’s focus on delivering high quality and innovative Rapid and bespoke e-learning.

Kineo’s repeat clients include BP, Google, HSBC, Cable & Wireless, Marks and Spencer, Capita and Ufi. 

To continue to provide excellent service to its clients as the business grows, Kineo has grown its core team of staff including learning designers, developers, writers and art directors substantially in the past year, opening an office in Sheffield in February 2008.

To enable further expansion, The Kineo team in Brighton moves to new head offices at 100 Queens Road, Brighton, BN1 3YB.

Kineo’s Managing Partner Steve Rayson commented: “2008 was always going to be a significant year for Kineo. We have put in place a great team of people to support our growing client base.

Earlier this year we opened our Sheffield office and now we are expanding our Brighton office to accommodate the growing Kineo team.

We’re delighted to bring our team into our new office and making further commitment to our presence in Brighton. We look forward to welcoming our clients to our new space.”

“We are privileged to work with some of the best companies in the world from Google to BP to HSBC. We continually look for innovative ways in which e-learning can help our clients improve their performance and it’s great to see this rewarded with additional contracts and new clients. We are looking forward to further growth and announcing further new initiatives later in the year.”

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